As quick as winter was coming with its snow, Christmas was coming with Santa and holidays. I already expected it to be different than other Christmases I had before. Firstly probably because I'm not with my family and friends I'm used to be with together. But not at least because Christmas here is in some ways just different celebrated than we do it.
I think I can't translate it like that, haha :D
Last Sunday was the first Advent and I chose this heading also because they don't know about the Advent Sundays here or have an "Adventskranz"; which is obviously only a German/Austrian tradition.
I feel like I should make a list of different Christmas traditions in America:
Okay, for the end a little quote (in German) I found on facebook and just had to laugh about it, so I hope you have to laugh about it, too.
"Man steckt immer in der scheiße, nur die Tiefe ändert sich.
Darum, wenn einem die scheiße bis zum Hals steht, nicht den Kopf hängen lassen."